Mary Celeste Kearney is the Director of Gender Studies and Associate Professor of Film, Television, Theatre at the University of Notre Dame. She is also on the board of the International Girl Studies Association, and is currently editing a special issue of the Girlhood Studies journal that focuses on articles about girls of color and other marginalized forms of girlhood.
Dr. Marnina Gonick is a Professor of Education and Women & Gender Studies at Mount St Vincent University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Her research interests are in the areas of girl studies, identity, visual culture, feminist cultural studies, gender and schooling, feminist pedagogies, feminist post-structural theory and feminist qualitative research. She is the author of “Between Femininities: Ambivalence, Identity and the Education of Girls” (SUNY Press, 2003) and “Young Femininity: Girlhood, Power and Social Change” (Palgrave Press, 2005).
Louise Jackson PhD is a Professor of Modern Social History at the University of Edinburgh. Jackson’s research is concentrated on the histories of women and gender in modern Britain, her work on the histories of youth and childhood is of particular interest to Girl Museum.
Dr. Jennifer Helgren is a Professor of History at University of the Pacific in Stockton, California. Currently, she is working on a new book about the U.S. Camp Fire Girls and race, nation, and citizenship.
Sneha Krishnan is Associate Professor in Human Geography and Tutorial Fellow at Brasenose College. As a cultural and historical geographer, Sneha is interested in gender, childhood and the intersections of bio- and geopolitics in postcolonial contexts.
Ann Smith PhD is Adjunct Professor at McGill University and Managing Editor for Girlhood Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal.